Hi all, I've got a portmanager question. I've been using it for quite some time on various systems with great success - until today when i ctl+c'd in the wrong terminal and broke an upgrade that was going on. Now when i try to re-run portmanger to get a list of out of date ports I am getting this:
<snip> 00109 ----:p5-Math-BigInt-1.77 /math/p5-Math-BigInt MISSING 00110 ----:p5-Socket6-0.19 /net/p5-Socket6 MISSING 00111 ----:p5-Email-Address-1.86 /mail/p5-Email-Address MISSING 00112 ----:lzo2-2.02_1 /archivers/lzo2 MISSING </snip> I've tried various portmanager upgrade attempts (using -u/-f/ and -p) and all seem to fail with similar messages as this: skipping p5-Math-BigInt-1.77 /math/p5-Math-BigInt marked IGNORE reason: looping, 3rd attempt at make skipping p5-Socket6-0.19 /net/p5-Socket6 marked IGNORE reason: looping, 3rd attempt at make skipping p5-Email-Address-1.86 /mail/p5-Email-Address marked IGNORE reason: looping, 3rd attempt at make skipping lzo2-2.02_1 /archivers/lzo2 marked IGNORE reason: looping, 3rd attempt at make soo...my question is, is there a way to reset the "state" of what portmanger things is installed (and what rev's etc...). i am not even sure if portmanger does this, although i am familiar with rebuilding the pkgdb after i messed up when using portupgrade ;) thanks for any pointers/help! -pete -- ~~o0OO0o~~ Pete Wright www.nycbug.org NYC's *BSD User Group _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"